Petrus Christus: Renaissance Master of Bruges
Maryan W. Ainsworth, Petrus Christus, Maximiliaan P. J. Martens, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1994 - 232 pàgines
This study is an important new account of the life and work of the flemish master Petrus Christus. It is the first volume to focus specifically on the physical characteristics of his works as criteria for judging attribution, dating, and the extent to which he was indebted to Jan Van Eyck and other artists for the development of his technique and style.
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Archival Documents and Literary Sources
Dendrochronological Analysis of Panels Attributed to Petrus Christus
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Angeles Annunciation appears artists assembly associated attribution Berlin Bruges Brussels Carthusian century chapel Charles Christus's church close collection commissioned composition convent copies Death detail detail of cat devotional donor draperies drawing early ende example execution face Family figures frame Friedländer guild hand head Holy illumination indicate inscription Italian Italy Item Jan van Eyck Jan Vos Joseph known Lady Lamentation late later letter light lines London lord Madonna manuscript Martens Mary mass Master modeling Museum Nativity noted Oil on oak original painters painting panel Panofsky parallel Paris perhaps perspective Petrus Christus picture Pieter placed Portrait present received represented Rogier Saint Saint John Schabacker 1974 shows signed similar space strokes suggested tion Tree underdrawing Upton van Eyck vanden Virgin and Child voors wings York